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good morning. it's friday, september 11th. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 6:00. today is the final day for bills to pass the legislature. two of the biggest involve the "right to die" bill and the long-awaited statewide guidelines for medical marijuana. kpix 5's kiet do is live in san jose a city that struggled for years to figure out how to regulate marijuana. kiet. reporter: good morning. it looks like the haze may be lifting on statewide regulations on medical marijuana. there was a flurry of activity last night with lawmakers as they struck deals on a wide range of bills to try to rein in that industry. first off, they created what's called a bureau of medical marijuana regulation to oversee every aspect of the industry from cultivation to retail
distribution. next, cities and counties still have the right to ban medical marijuana businesses. individuals will have the right to grow it themselves. the deal also addresses some of the environmental damage done by outdoor crops that steal water and pollute forests are chemicals. all these measures will be up for a vote today when lawmakers adjourn for the year. also up for a vote the "end of life option" act otherwise known as the "right to die" or assisted suicide. it would allow doctors to prescribe a lethal dose of drugs for those who are terminally ill. it's modeled on other laws the patient must submit two verbal requests 15 days apart and then a written request to a doctor signed in front of two witnesses. there's been emotional debate for years but it took a new urgency when brittany maynard moved from california to oregon to kill herself after she was diagnosed with brain cancer at age 29. she captured the whole experience on video and urged lawmakers to pass legislation. after the assembly vote yesterday, maynard's husband took a moment to reflect. >> i'm keeping my promise to
britney and fulfilling that promise but it certainly is bittersweet. >> reporter: the bill now heads to governor brown's desk. he has not given his position on this issue other than some concerns about the legislative procedures. kiet do, kpix 5. today marks 14 years since the attack on world trade center a day known as 9/11. let's look at new york. this is near the site where the world trade center towers fell on this day back in 2001. you can see that family members are now paying tribute by reading the names of the dead. in the bay area, a ceremony to honor the flight 93 victims will be held this morning in union city. that plane went down in pennsylvania heading to san francisco. that will begin at 10 a.m. at the flight 93 memorial. it's located in the sugar mill landing park.
federal agents broke up a terror plot just before the announce anniversary. they say 20-year-old josh goldberg tried to recruit people online to bomb a memorial event in kansas city. that's according to court papers. goldberg allegedly told an undercover fbi informant to build a pressure cooker bomber and put as much sharp stuff in as possible. that bomb was never built. the fbi arrested him yesterday at his home in florida. 6:03. let's check the roads. >> "friday light" in some spots so there's good news to report as you -- hi, there we are. [ laughter ] >> all right. as you work your way in and out of the peninsula, but i want to get you updated on this trouble spot here. westbound 152 at dinosaur point they had one lane shut down for emergency repair work but that's been reopened. but just getting word of a major accident in that same area causing a big backup. westbound 152 at dinosaur point road so if you plan on heading out of town toward the 5 freeway by 152 there are delays
until they clear that accident over to the right shoulder. elsewhere, san jose north- and southbound not doing too bad along 101. northbound we are starting to see a few brake lights. speeds dipping around 30 miles per hour in some spots. past there, though, traffic clear 101 as you work your way along the peninsula towards sfo. no delays off the eastshore freeway. cooler today with big changes on the way. but it's going to be hot inland. out the door you can see kind of get a gauge of what to expect later today. triple digits today but not as high. santa rosa right now 49. san francisco 55. certainly cooler in areas near the coast. we have fog as you head out this morning so keep that in mind as well on the roads. headlines today sunshine for most hot again away from the coast. big changes though coming this weekend. temperatures will be cooling back down to average by next
week and i'm going to detail that coming up. a measure that would have extended california's greenhouse gas reduction targets is being delayed until next year. the defeat came a day after governor brown and other leaders withdrew a key portion of another proposal to combat climate change. that one calls for california to cut its use of gasoline in half. firefighters say a wildfire is threatening an ancient grove of giant sequoia trees. crews are working to establish a five-mile perimeter to protect the trees. the 268-foot-tall "general grant" tree is about 3,000 years old. the bicyclist accused of attacking a zipcar driver during last month's political mass event will be back in san francisco in court next week. 39-year-old ian hespelt faced a judge yesterday on his four felony charges including assault and false imprisonment. he did not enter a plea.
charges come from this. police say the video shows hespelt smashing the sides of a car. you can hear it. with a bicycle log during the august 29 critical mass bike ride. >> despicable behavior and we want to make sure it's clearly understood that it would not be acceptable. >> hespelt's bail is $90,000. a very strange chase through san francisco not only on the streets but in the water, as well. kpix 5's anne makovec has the bizarre chain of events that began with a traffic stop. >> reporter: police were trying to stop this guy after they say he was driving his motorcycle erratically on 280. that was here near the ballpark and the 4th street bridge. he jumped into the water and you can see what happened after that. he was first hanging on to a pier some of the old pilings there then sort of poking his head up and down out of a manhole cover. so authorities surrounded that. then when he saw officers were still on his tail, this guy started swimming away from police boats, doing the back
stroke. then we see him shimmying up a piling, swinging really like a modern day tarzan. finally he walks to the edge of the old pier and then starts to multitask getting in a quick workout doing some pushups. >> we were able to more or less quarantine him in an area of the derelict peer by way of the rescue swimmers, police boats, fire department, jet ski joined in the operation. >> reporter: and they nabbed him. the man was taken into custody wrapped in a blanket and put on a stretcher. you may remember a couple of weeks ago a woman is accused of jumping in the bay to evade police. the man was set to be sent to jail after being checked out at the hospital. not sure of the charges but certainly evading police. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. a salinas city councilman is arrested on. jose castaneda
was booked into a monterey county jail yesterday. he allegedly forced a young woman into his van locked her inside and drove her around the city. he is accused of hitting her several times. police dispute his claims that the arrest was politically motivated. >> that's all we're concerned with. not his race, not his position in the community. felony conduct reprehensible conduct towards an innocent young woman. that's what we're concerned with. >> investigators say the alleged victim had recently ended a relationship with castaneda. arizona police investigating a rash of highway shootings in the phoenix area are worried they may have hey copycat on their hands. the shootings on i-10 in phoenix started two weeks ago when bullets struck three vehicles. since then, there have been 11 confirmed shootings. the most recent, yesterday morning. police now face the additional challenge of a possible copycat. >> i don't know if it's
different people. i know we have some different m.o.s, i know that there's been different items used to cause the damage. >> the attacks have only resulted in one minor injury. a 13-year-old girl's ear was cut when a bullet struck the suv she was in. police are now getting support from local s.w.a.t. teams and the fbi. 6:09 your time on this friday. a high-speed chase leads to a hostage crisis in a packed southern california restaurant. we show you more coming up. >> and vice president joe biden gets emotional discussing a possible presidential run with stephen colbert. >> warm again today but big changes are on the way. details about a cooldown coming up. >> delays are building at the
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welcome back. 6:13. here's a focke buy look foggy look. the fog a sign of things to come. a cooldown continuing on the weekend and beyond. details coming up. a flood in tokyo, telephone phones down. blocks in a sea of brown water. neighbors and rescue officials are working to assess the damage. investigators are working to determine why the riverbank collapsessed. vice president joe biden was a guest on last night's "the late show with stephen colbert" but it's still not clear if he will join the 2016 presidential race. biden still isn't sure he can fully commit to a campaign just months after his son bodied of brain cancer. >> i promise you -- after his
son, beau, died of brain cancer. >> i brom you you have my whole heart, sole -- i promise you, you have my whole heart, soul, energy and passion to do. and i'd be lying if i said that i knew i was there. >> although he is not in the race, biden rose 6 points to 20% in a new cnn poll of democratic voters. front-runner hillary clinton slipped to 37%, bernie sanders at 26%. on the republican side carly fiorina will be in next week's top tier debate because of her rising poll numbers. chaos at a grocery store in oakland. [ screaming ] protestors stormed at a store yesterday angry about the recent beating a customer by a security guard. the retail chain replaced that security company at the store. yesterday's protestors blocked checkout stands forcing the store to close. a wild chase through the streets of los angeles ends
with a hostage situation for dozens of families. police say the man stole a car, led them on that chase and stormed into a packed restaurant. the man was eventually killed but not before he took hostages. don champion reports. >> i saw the guy with the gun. my daughter and husband are still there. >> we are get to take care of them. [ problem with the video ] >> thousands of people helped kick off the nfl season in san francisco yesterday as the countdown to super bowl 50 is well under way. ♪[ music ] a lot of people packing into justin herman plaza for a free concert and among the performers, that is pat monahan the front man for the bay area band "train." ♪[ music ] >> it's so beautiful. the weather has been incredible. like, i can't even believe the
weather today, right? >> it was a nice day. a lots of folks there. it's one of the many events planned around the bay area leading to the super bowl in february 2016 to be played in santa clara's levi's stadium and you can watch it right here on kpix 5. 148 days away. >> we have been counting since, what, 340 days. [ laughter ] since february. let's head out to the bay bridge. westbound, i'll show you a map of the area across the upper deck. slow conditions there as you work your way through there. we have some -- my microphone good? >> you're all good. >> there we go. thank you. [ laughter ] >> i'm getting signals. handled signals playing a ballgame there. working your way there, we have slow-and-go conditions across the span into san francisco. just a heads up we had a stalled vehicle and an accident stuck in lanes that's now clear but the damage is done and it's backed up in the area. bay bridge here you go here's a
live look all the way into the maze at this point. mobile units cruised through and looks like we were seeing slow-and-go conditions off the eastshore freeway, as well. howard street shut down from third to fourth today. use harrison as an alternate in effect all through next week. "dreamforce" at the moscone center causes a traffic mess in the area. also as you work your way 152 westbound at dinosaur point road, if you are in the area there is a major accident right now causing a pretty big backup. there was some closures in place earlier for a separate incident that happened yesterday. that's now been cleared but again, an accident in that area causing some delays as you work your way through there. the south bay itself not too bad. it's "friday light" along 280 guadalupe parkway. northbound 101 a few brake lights near mckee and elsewhere foggy conditions out of maren county into san francisco south 101. 580 to the golden gate bridge toll plaza an easy 14-minute
ride. lucas valley road will be open until 1:30. they will have traffic control through there. after that they have to shut it down to clean up a paint spill from yesterday. other than that, quiet heading into san francisco. here's julie. warm weather again today but big changes are on the way and that is apparent when you take a look at our current conditions outside right now. 54 along the coast. we are seeing a foggy start along the coast. warmer inland. we are in the middle in the bay. let's look at the satellite perspective and i'll tell you what's going on here. high pressure slowly weakening. temperatures will come down. we'll see an onshore flow. and then there's this. the remnants of hurricane linda passing by this weekend. as it does, it's going to increase cloud cover for us, likely also increase humidity. so increasing cloud cover will also help to decrease temperatures and increasing humidity may not allow it to feel quite as cool as it
actually is. so a little bit of everything for us. i'm also going to throw this out there. a chance -- a slight chance of a stray sprinkle. not going to use the "r" word but a stray sprinkle by the end of the weekend thanks to the moisture as linda passes by. definitely not going to do anything to help with our drought. but it will give us something to talk about, right? sunny and hot again inland today. seabreeze and relief near the coast. and then more clouds and humid this weekend. those are basically your weather headlines what to expect over the next few days. sunrise today 6:48. sunset 7:24 p.m. let's talk about how warm it's going to be in your neck of the woods. still triple digits in morgan hill. cooler at the coast, 70 pacifica. brentwood triple digits. vallejo cooler 87. 97 in pleasant hill today. 80s and 70s around the bay for
the most part. 69 daly city. 68 stinson beach. 93 in petaluma. a look at the extended fork shows this is just the beginning of a cooling trend -- a look at the extended forecast shows this is just the beginning of a cooling trend. relief is around the corner. for today though mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures continuing. tomorrow, we start to bring temperatures down, high temperatures into the 90s with increasing cloud cover for saturday and sunday. more relief on the way next week as we bring temperatures down to the 80s for the warmest spots inland. and we will also likely -- we are also likely going to see a cooldown into next week. temperatures at or around average for this time of the year. 6:20 right now. dead birds are suddenly turning up on bay area beaches. experts sa,,,,,,,,
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good morning, everyone. having proven that "deflate- gate" was a bunch of hot air, tom brady got back to doing what he does best deflate opponents. his suspension shot down last week in federal court and last week he took it out on the steelers. -- and last night he took out his emotions on the steelers. 288 yards, four touchdowns, three of them to that man, gronkowski. he set a team record with 19 straight completions. patriots won 28-21 but after the game the steelers coach handed a foul play because of -- hinted at foul play because of inoperable headsets on the sidelines. >> that's always the case. >> here? >> yes. >> you're saying that every time you play here, you have radios -- >> i said what i said. >> you didn't have any communication? >> we were listening to the patriots radio broadcast for the majority of the first half. >> oh, i'm sure that was by accident. right?
the 49ers take on the vikings kpix 5 monday night. colin kaepernick is hoping to improve on last year's so-so campaign. he was asked yesterday if he wants people to think of him as more of a running quarterback this year? >> i'm really not too concerned about people's opinions of what they see or view me as. i mean, i was also the black quarterback with tatoos. so once again, not something that really crosses my mind. >> yeah. the bottom line is, as long as colin kaepernick wins football games, nobody cares. 9ers and vikings monday night on the big 5 and don't forget, the raiders kick off their season at 1:25 sunday right here. we'll have "5th quarter" following both football games. have a great weekend, everybody. hurant a little baseball on a friday? your -- how about a little baseball on a friday? your play of the day. diamonds and rockies -- on the
diamond with the rockies and the padres. great catch charlie blackman elevating with the right hand and bringing it and keeping it in the ballpark. that's a terrific catch. but sad to say the padres get the highlight, it was the rockies getting the win. 4-3 the final. but nice play of the day. 6:26 right now. the sweltering heat is taking its toll on all of us in the bay area. but for some bus drivers, it's getting downright dangerous. >> reporter: lawmakers in sacramento are set to vote on a wide range of bills today to try and rein in the medical marijuana industry. i'm kiet do with a live report coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,
a slow speed police chase unfolds in the bay. i'm anne makovec live in san francisco with the rather bizarre play-by-play. >> and a wildfire in amador county has exploded inside so the feds are stepping in to help out. >> and high clouds over the bay bridge this morning. a sign of changes to come. still warm today with changes on the way. >> a problem in the oakland-to- san francisco commute that's going to slow you down. i'll have details. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. time now is 6:30. it's the final push the last day for bills to pass the legislature, two of the biggest the "right to die" bill and the long-awaited statewide guidelines for medical marijuana. no kidding is live in san jose a city that struggled for years
to figure out how to regulate marijuana. >> reporter: it's been two decades since california legalized medical marijuana. finally lawmakers are voting on bills to clear the smoke. first they want to create what's known as a bureau of medical marijuana regulation to oversee every aspect of the industry from cultivation to retail distribution. next, cities and counties still have the right to ban medical marijuana businesses. individuals will have the right to grow it themselves. the deal also addresses some of the environmental damage done by outdoor crops that steal water and pollute forests with chemicals. all these measures will be up for a vote today when lawmakers adjourn for the year. also up for a vote the "end of life option" act otherwise known as the "right to die" or assisted suicide. it would allow doctors to prescribe a lethal dose of drugs for those who are second. -- for those who are terminally ill modemed after oregon's law where the patient must submit two verbal requests 15 days apart and then a written request to a doctor signed in front of two witnesses. there's been emotional debate for years but it took a new urgency when brittany maynard moved from california to oregon
to kill herself after she was diagnosed with brain cancer at age 29. she captured the whole experience on video and urged lawmakers to pass legislation. after the assembly vote yesterday, maynard's husband took a moment to reflect. >> i'm keeping my promise to brittany and fulfilling that promise, but it is certainly bittersweet. >> reporter: the bill now heads to governor brown's desk. he has not given his position on this issue other than some concerns about the legislative procedures. kiet do, kpix 5. firefighters battling a fast-moving wildfire in the sierra foothills. the butte fire has burned nearly 15,000 acres in amador and calaveras counties. it's destroyed six buildings, two outbuildings since it began on wednesday east of jackson. cal fire says 1500 other structures are threatened. fema has already authorized federal funds to help california battle this fire
because of its potential as a major disaster. the fire is 10% contained. some bus riders in the east bay have had to sweat it out during this week's sweltering heat wave. ac transit says 230 buses in its fleet don't have air- conditioning. so they are putting the newer buses in hotter cities like castro valley and fremont. cities like oakland, where it was in the mid-90s this week, got some of the buses with no air-conditioning. ac transit doesn't have the money to put ac in older buses. >> i refilled my cup of ice and when i'm coming back i'm gonna get me some more ice. >> my backing soaking wet and i'm on my way to go home to get in the shower. >> ac transit is requiring all drivers to have water with them and there's also an emergency button they can push if they start to feel sick. a little relief would be nice and a little bit is coming, right? >> it is. we'll get a break today and
into the next week. folks in livermore, inland, not going to get as much relief just yet. but hang in there, it's coming. live look outside now, you can see increasing clouds over the bay bridge a sign of things to come. 55 degrees. 70 at livermore. so significantly warmer inland. we are going to see a pretty significant temperature spread once again today for highs similar to this. hour by hour in san francisco, starting off with foggy conditions along the coast making way for sunshine later on today. that fog will return later on tonight. and i'll tell you what that means for everyone's temperatures coming up in just a bit but first gianna has traffic. >> all right. it's been busy at the bay bridge. we have a brand influence trouble -- a brand-new trouble spot off the span in san francisco. debris in the road causing a busy drive all morning so it's busy as you work your way off the eastshore freeway backed up well into the maze. metering lights are on and again it's stop and go on the upper deck into san francisco. try bart until they clear that. bart is on time. all mass transit is on time.
a little better at the golden gate bridge. we have some limited visibility this morning due to the fog but traffic moving well out of marin county into san francisco. a look at the san mateo bridge where traffic is starting to stack up there, slow-and-go conditions westbound. looks like about 15 to maybe 18 minutes now 880 to 101. so lots of company there. also lots of company as you work your way through the altamont pass westbound 580. slow-and-go conditions all the way over to 680. that will take you 23 minutes this morning. frank? dozens of dead birds turning up on bay area beaches. these birds are murres and they are dying in record numbers this month. wildlife experts say warmer water is to blame. the fish and squid murres feed on are diving deeper to stay cooler and the birds just can't reach them. caregivers say they have seen 25 dead murres in the last couple of weeks. they only saw 33 all last year. >> simply that these birds are not able to find the fish they
need and they are starving to death and they are washing up on the beaches. it's traumatic. >> epa estimates climate change will warm coastal waters by as much as 8 degrees in the 21st century. well, a police chase that began on san francisco streets ended up with a very strange standoff in the bay. >> kpix 5's anne makovec joins us now with what has to be one of the most bizarre cases those officers have handled. anne. >> reporter: that's right. we have covered plenty of stories of high-speed police chases out on the highway. this was a slow-speed chase chases in the water. it took place near the ballpark on the 4th street bridge. it began when the chp tried to stop a motorcycle rider for cruising down the shoulder of 280 near king street at around 4:30. >> the officer attempted to stop the motorcycle and he took off. >> reporter: that's when the hijinx ensued the rider hiding a car and then jumping into the channel. >> holding on to piers, pilings
of a derelict pier. >> reporter: and seen poking his head out of a manhole cover. >> he saw authorities and went back down into the water. >> reporter: police boats and swimmers tried to catch up with him but he was able to elude them by doing the back stroke. then he decides to retreat again to dry land shimmying up a piling to land back on the old pier. once again cornered, he decided to bulk up while he had the time, he dropped and gave the police 20 pushups. then after crawling down and sitting on a pipe northerners moved in. we were able to more or less quarantine him in an area of the derelict pier by way of rescue boats and jet ski. >> reporter: the negotiations paid off. wearing only his shorts the suspect was taken into custody wrapped in a blanket and put on
a stretcher. this might remind you of the story of a couple of weeks ago a woman jumping off the bay bridge to elude police so hopefully criminals getting the clue that this is not a good escape strategy. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. toxicology tests show a man fatally shot by pleasanton police was not on drugs. the incident happened at an auto showroom in july. 19-year-old john deming was said to be acting erratically during the altercation which his lawyers dispute. police had no comment on the report saying the investigation is ongoing. a major backlog of rape kits is about to be cleared up in two bay area counties thanks to a $38 million grant that's being split between 32 counties across the u.s. more than 1,000 kids in both alameda and contra costa counties -- kits in alameda and contra costa counties will be tested some dating back to 2009. results will be entered into a national database to identify
suspects using dna evidence. well, it was 14 years ago today that the united states was attacked. let's take a look at the pentagon. one of the hijacked planes crashed there on this day in 2001. 184 people died that day at the pentagon. right now, there is a speaker there. we know president obama and also michelle obama are at the ceremony there. and in the bay area, a ceremony to honor the flight 93 victims will be held this morning in unionit begins at 10 a.m. at the flight 93 memorial. city.it's located in sugar mill sh landing park. it crashed in pennsylvania after leaving newark new jersey for san francisco. a museum is open near the flight 93 crash to honor passengers who fought hijackers to prevent the plane from hitting a crucial target. >> it's amazing what 40 people did in a 30-minute window of time. >> it works on every level.
it's healing, contemplative, powerful, meaningful. >> the flight 93 visitors center opened to the public for the first time yesterday. let's take a live look take you to new york here near the site where the world trade center towers fell on this day 14 years ago in 2001. family members as they have every year paying tribute by reading the names of the dead. time now is 6:40. protestors completely shut down an east bay whole foods as we learn more about the beating that sparked those demonstrations. >> and stephen colbert grills the ceo ,,
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time now 6:44. it's going to be warm today. 102 in morgan hill. 91 palo alto. but cooler by the bay. 70s and 80s for san mateo, hayward. inland, brentwood 102. danville 98 today. cooler though by the coast. we have morning fog and a little bit of a seabreeze. 58 stinson beach. 69 daly city. 77 in berkeley today. up north, hotter still. 103 lakeport. 102 clearlake. your full forecast and some signs of a cooldown just coming up in just a bit. thank you. a woman who lost a high-profile gender discrimination lawsuit says she is dropping her appeal. ellen pao says she can't afford to keep fighting venture capital firm kleiner perkins. she says she hasn't reached a settlement and she will be paying some of the menlo park company's legal fees. her announcement ends a three-
year legal battle that put a spotlight on alleged gender bias in silicon valley some terrifying moments in los angeles last night when an armed carjacking suspect went into a packed restaurant and took hostages. he led officers on a chase through three different communities in los angeles before crashing and running inside the restaurant below. he let some customers go and kept some people inside. >> i just hear a man screaming, get down, get down! we all got down on the ground. i grabbed my baby grandson and i say the guy with the gun. >> my daughter and my husband are still there. >> we are going to do our best to take care of them. >> the whole ordeal ended when a s.w.a.t. team shot the suspects and killed him. no other injuries. time for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." >> norah o'donnell has more from new york. >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. we are going to have all the emotional moments from vice president joe biden's visit
with stephen colbert. plus what you guys were just talking about, that high-speed police chase that ended in a deadly shootout. we have new developments on that. plus, the marine corps's experiment that's raising concerns about the push to open combat jobs to women. then my favorite story of the day, women's world cup star alex morgan joins us right here in studio 57. don't you guys love women's soccer? see you at 7. >> after what they did with the world cup it was amazing. >> yeah. they're amazing. all right. we'll be watching, norah. see you at 7:00. chaos at a grocery store in oakland. protestors blocked checkout lines yesterday. the demonstration forced them to close early. as christin ayers reports, the protest stems from the beating of a customer by a security guard. reporter: protestors chanted at one point physically blocking customers from buying food at this whole foods. >> i didn't do anything wrong. >> reporter: frustrated customers like chris weber gave
up. >> there's no choice. they won't let us through. they don't have the right. i could be diabetic and need this food. >> reporter: the protestors say there are bigger issues at hand. >> there's a lot of other places they could be shopping other than whole foods and so we really just want them to think about that. >> reporter: they are protesting over the beating of a black customer by a black security guard who was armed a week ago. we obtained this exclusive video of the man moments after witnesses say he was beaten bloodied and appears unconscious until moments later he struggles to lift his head. one witness says the guard slammed the customer several times against a concrete wall. >> after putting him in a chokehold covered his mouth and nose suffocated him for a number of seconds and then threw him out the door on the concrete face first. >> reporter: the man has not been identified but civil rights attorney john burris is representing him and said a lawsuit is imminent.
>> whole food is liable for the activities of the security guard. >> reporter: the protestors are demanding that the grocery chain contract with a new security company, one that doesn't arm its guards. the man who was beaten is still hospitalized in stable condition. the guard has been terminated. it's unclear whether he will face charges. in oakland, christin ayers, kpix 5. witness say the original altercation started as a verbal dispute and escalated when the security guard intervened. not bad out of marin county. we have a few stop and go conditions dealing with fog. live look at the golden gate bridge. you can see traffic is flowing okay but limited visibilities in some spots. now, north of there you're going to see brake lights south of san rafael. conditions at the bay bridge that commute pretty much off the eastshore freeway starting
to back up quite a bit as you work your way westbound towards the bay bridge as well as the foot of the maze. that's where we're seeing all those delays through there. you can see traffic is backed up a parking lot pretty much westbound there. stays slow up the incline into san francisco from a few earlier problems we had this morning. westbound 92 busy. slow there. south 680 at berryessa not blocking lanes but over to the right shoulder chp is on scene. northbound 101 slow through san jose. westbound 152 at dinosaur point road chp clearing an earlier accident from lanes over to the right side of the roadway. taking a look at 880 right now, northbound a little busy but overall 880 has been bright at least through oakland. we haven't seen any major trouble spots there this morning. the altamont pass is doing okay. better than usual. 22 minutes westbound 580 altamont pass to 680.
let's check your opinion forecas -- let's check your forecast. here's julie. >> thank you. we are in the middle of a cooldown not quite there yesterday. a significant temperature range today depending where you live. sunnyvale, current temperatures from steve here, 65 degrees. and we do have some high clouds there in sunnyvale. inland clear more clear skies rather but certainly the farther inland you go, weather watcher are sleeping so looks like steve is the only weather watcher for this segment. [ laughter ] >> at the coast you're going to be cooler inland warmer. here's what's going on. high pressure slowly weakening as this ridge begins to weaken. as it does, temperatures will cool down. we are throwing in a curve ball thanks to the remnants of hurricane linda passing by us this weekend. as she does, it's going to bring in more cloud cover. that's also going to help to cool us down along with increased onshore flow. keep in mind though that moisture is going to make it more humid so even the temperatures will be coming down likely in the 90s for the
warmest spots, it might feel warmer because of the humidity. what to expect? sunny hot again today inland though a seabreeze will bring some relief near the coast more clouds and yes, humid this weekend thanks to the remnants of linda. high temperatures a significant range areawide. 60s and 70s along the coast, 70s and 80s around the bay and then still going to see triple digits, fairfield 100 degrees. livermore 102. starting out warm for folks inland this morning, as well. here's a look at the extended forecast. you can see, cooling temperatures into the next workweek. so for today, triple digits still we'll see some high clouds but mostly sunny for most folks away from the coast. fog though along the coast. saturday and sunday, increasing cloud cover. increasing humidity. decreasing temperatures topping out in the 90s for the warmest spots. 70s by the bay. and 60s along the coast. more relief comes into your next workweek. we are getting closer to
average for this time of the year. highs monday through thursday topping out in the 80s for the warmest spots and yeah, i do think that's going to feel cool compared to what we have been dealing with lately. back to you guys. stephen colbert's interview with uber ceo travis kalnick last night came with an unexpected twist a protestor. the incident did not make air but audience members say during the interview, a man seated in the balcony interrupted to say that uber is, quote, destroying full time professional taxi jobs. >> in the ukraine world you don't pay 40 -- in the uber world you don't pay $40,000 to rents a car, you don't have a shift, you can work when you want or not. you want to pick up your kids from school, turn it off. >> colbert also made light of the situation by saying the protestor was actually his cousin. time now is 6:52. as the nation pauses to remember those killed in the
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five things to know at the :55. today marks the 14th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. family members are reading the names of victims this morning near the site where the world trade center towers fell. and at sunrise an american flag was unfurled at the pentagon. a number of events planned today around the bay area. a live look at fire station 7 in san francisco. bells will ring three times at all city fire stations exactly at 6:59 a.m., the time the
south tower of the world trade center came down. a florida man was arrested in an alleged plot to bomb a 9/11 memorials stair climb at a sky creper in kansas city. the fbi says josh goldberg tried to recruit people online to help him. goldberg allegedly told an fbi informant to set off a pressurer cooker bomb at the memorial the butte fire doubled in size since yesterday now 32,000 acres destroying six buildings and two outbuildings since wednesday in amador and calaveras counties. 1500 our structures are threatened. the fire is still just 10% contained. a bill to further limit carbon emissions in california will have to wait at least another year. the measure was pulled off the table last night after it was clear it didn't have the votes to pass. the defeat came a day after governor brown and other leaders withdrew a key portion of another bill requiring a reduction in the state's
gasoline use. i'm kiet do live in san jose. it has been two decades since california legalized medical marijuana. now lawmakers are set to approve a wide range of bills to hopefully clear the haze. first they want to create what's known's bureau of marijuana medical regulation to oversee. every aspect of the industry from cultivation to retail distribution. next, cities and counties still have the right to ban medical marijuana businesses. individuals will have the right to grow it themselves. all these measures will be up for a vote today when lawmakers adjourn for the year. also up for a vote the "end of life option" act otherwise known as the "right to die" or assisted suicide. it would allow doctors to prescribe a lethal dose of drugs for those who are second. the patient must submit two -- drugs for those who are terminally ill. patients have to submit two verbal requests 15 days apart and then a written request to a doctor signed in front of two witnesses. there's been emotional debate for years but it took a new urgency when brittany maynard moved from california to oregon to kill herself after she was diagnosed with brain cancer at age 29.
>> reporter: the bill now heads to governor brown's desk. he has not given his position on this issue other than some concerns about the legislative procedures. kiet do, kpix 5. a look at the roads, still foggy through marin counties into san francisco. use caution because of limited visibility. bay bridge stacked up. accident westbound 80 right at carlton and slow-and-go across the upper deck into san francisco. san mateo bridge is struggling as well and also new accident reported northbound at 101 at broadway along lot peninsula. that traffic shot tells the weather story. you see the fog and clouds. temperatures will be cooler at the coast though still warm inland. 70 pacifica. 75 san francisco. triple digits fairfield, livermore, many areas inland. more of the same for today. but then tomorrow we start to cool. highs in the 90s increasing clouds also increasing humidity. >> thank you. thanks for watching, everyone. >> we are going to leave you with fire station 7 one of many
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